Jessica Katzenmeyer: A coma, a price tag, and why I’m running for office

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June 17th, 2019 started as any other Monday would. That night, the Shorewood Village Board had a meeting to take up a vote on a conversion therapy ban for minors, which I attended with a group of activists I had been working with. I gave an emotional testimony in favor of passing the ban, and moments later, the board voted unanimously to do so. I had felt physically unwell earlier in the day, but this victory made my day, and I was so elated at the completion of the succe...

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